He is straight man with a sense of style that makes some women gush. His trademark glasses and wry sense of humor make him like a male version of Edith Head, if she designed lights and sets. Having worked on the designs of several Rorschach shows David Ghatan is one of those designers who keeps saying yes to us and we are all the richer for it (Not monitarily but spiritually, yeah, definetly spriritually). Having worked on the sets of Ubu Roi and Master and Margarita. The lights for Family Stories and The Scarlet Letter. And the double duty of lights and sets for The Beard of Avon. David Ghatan everyone!
1. Place of birth?
Red Sox Nation- AKA Boston
2. First experience in theater?
A crying son of a Holocaust victim in a jewish summer camp play.
3. Where you went to school?
Me and half the population of New Jersey went to George Washington
4. What do you do?
Designer of scenery and Lighting, mister fix-it, guru (of what, you'll have to guess), artist of the con persuasion
5. What was your first experience with Rorschach?
Parties. But then being asked to co-design Ubu with 2 weeks to go before opening.
6. Company member you would most like to be if you were not yourself?
So many good choices, can it be one of those human animal hybrids though?
Likely JennRady because I could be in charge, sort of, there would be two of me though, that could be weird.
7. Some story about working on a Rorschach play that either made you laugh or touched you deeply?
-Threatening to kill a co-designer after 1st dress because we didn't agree on the design.
- Buying all the Osbourne's bobble head dolls from 7-11 during the tech for Family Stories.
8. Where do you think Rorschach will be in the next ten years?
Ruling the world... isn't that what we try to do every night?
10. Scott McCormick harmless adolecent or world conquering super villain?
See my answer to #8